Mini-Grants Available for Vermont Farmers Markets

2009 Farmers' Market Mini Grants Grant Description The 2009 Vermont Farmers Market Mini-Grants are available to support successful expansion projects at existing markets or to help communities create new farmers markets. Currently there is $100,000 available to support grants up ...
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FMC Plans Activities for National Farmers Market Week

Last year, National Farmers Market Week (NFMW) was been proclaimed the first week in August for the foreseeable future, which affords state and individual markets advance notice to plan their promotions farther in advance and consequently have a greater impact ...
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Federal Urban Development Program Can Be A Good Neighbor

Looking for space to start or relocate a farmers market in your city or town? While farmers markets are uniquely creative in establishing in-kind partnerships for affordable and strategic locations, sometimes high real estate prices and parking limitations make the ...
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FMC Web Site Has More Options, a New Look

Immediately before the new year, farmersmarketcoalition.org emerged from hibernation to reveal a new look, with several new features. Since December 31, the site has attracted more than 3,500 views. The most exciting part of the site is the National Farmers Market Resource Library (version ...
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Winter Markets: Extending a Season of Warmth

By Wendy Wasserman Chicago has a robust farmers market scene. Even in January. Farmers sell delicata squash and other winter crops at the winter farmers market and holiday gift show in Boulder, CO.Indeed, between the coldest months of January and ...
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On the Brink of Change

Andrew Stout is the co-owner and operator of Full Circle Organic Farm in Carnation, WA. by Andrew Stout, FMC Board Member Change is in the air: A new President and administration charged with the impossible expectation to be everything for ...
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